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Poster: jerlouvis Date: Nov 20, 2012 1:53pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Dylan camp fire

That show very well might have been circulating and famous for a number of years before I stumbled across it,I just remember sharing it with a few of my equally zealous Dylan listener friends and none of them had heard it either.While I like some of the material from his religious phase I also didn't go out of my way to collect music from that period so for all I know it could have been well known.

He has always reflected some religious perspectives in his lyrics with a more militant run from 79'-81',it's not so much how it affected the music as it was disturbing he would align himself with the religious community,something I vehemently oppose.

I said I understood his dislike for bootlegging his music,but I certainly don't agree with the fervor he applies to squashing his fans ability to listen to and share what is available.